Sugar Free July Stack
JVL no sugar meal plan, tips, and supplements
- Advanced anti-oxidant
- Omega 3 (Wild Alaskan)
- JVL Glutamine
HERE ARE E FEW TIPS:
1. A person on a no-sugar diet can also aim to eat 100 percent whole foods. Processed foods are more likely to contain refined ingredients or added sugars. A diet with a focus on eating whole and complete foods will be rich in vegetables.
2. Whole-grain bread and pasta, brown rice, and oatmeal are allowed. Protein: You can eat low-fat dairy like milk, cheese, and yogurt; eggs; nuts; fish and shellfish; and many lean types of meat
3. Avoid sugary foods like cookies, cakes, candy and soft drinks; pair carbohydrates with proteins and healthy fats to make your meals more satisfying; consume unprocessed complex carbs instead of simple carbs
4. Food to eat and make part of your daily plan:
While it may be difficult to get adequate amounts of some essential vitamins and minerals, making a few tweaks to your food choices may help. For example, eggs, including the yolk and they are virtually carb-free. Salmon is also good and can help you get a little more magnesium in your diet. Make broccoli a regular part of your meal plan. Also, be sure to include low-carb nutrient-rich veggies to add even more potassium, calcium, and magnesium to your diet. Good choices include kale, spinach, and broccoli. Replace your usual vegetable oil with sunflower oil. Almonds, which have 3 grams of net carbs per 24 kernels, are another healthy low-carb way. Low-carb diets count net carbs, or digestible carbs, which are the total carbs minus total fiber.
Adding high-fiber low-carb foods may also help bump up your fiber intake. Healthy options include spinach, broccoli, zucchini, kale, cabbage, Brussels sprouts, and avocados. To up the fiber content of your meals, stuff your morning omelet with broccoli, fill your lunch salad bowl with spinach greens and enjoy a serving of roasted Brussels sprouts with dinner.
Addition nutritional supplements for extra support and benefits:
- pantothenic acid
- vitamin D
- chromium P
- Vit E